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    QX9650@Dragon F1/ 2900XT 1GB Version on air Testing

    I still wait my New Tek-9 GPU pots coming, so I test 2900XT on air first.

    This QX9650 has cold bug about -110, but it's enough to test 5460 3D05 06stable.


    MB: ASUS Blitz Extreme Vcore mod only
    CPU: Yorkfield QX9650 C0 ES
    Ram: GSKILL DDR3 1600 CL7
    Power: TT 1200W
    VGA: ATI 2900XT 1GB Version 870/1200 on air


    3D Mark 05




    http://service.futuremark.com/compare?3dm05=3579498



    3D Mark 06




    http://service.futuremark.com/compare?3dm06=3443384







    Thank you
    Last edited by AndreYang; 10-19-2007 at 01:05 PM.

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    25k 06 single is insane

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    wow!
    910 cl6
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    great numbers!
    i start to hate my qx6850

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    Quote Originally Posted by OCFX View Post
    25k 06 single is insane


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    holy sh(f)it man
    that 05 is sick!
    that XT seems to better afterall then the 512Mb part...
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    stil a nice score!

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    Amazing job Andre!

    Are you really pushing almost 2V through 45nm CPU??
    You're one hell of a gambler here !
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lightman View Post
    Are you really pushing almost 2V through 45nm CPU??
    You're one hell of a gambler here !
    When you think of it, it seems common for the xtreme guys pushing 1.9~2v for benching and yet I rarely hear about died CPUs, these Core 2 cpus sure seems to be tough bastards.
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    Arkkkk!!! 1.99V Vcore look at awesome !

    Very nice work Andre
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    i bet the high voltage isnt as big of an issue because of the metal gates?

    fugger was saying that the cpu liked as much voltage as you wanted to put through it.... wonder what the voltage limit is?

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    nice scores Andre! Keep on OCing!

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    awesome yorkfield there andre
    have you try on DFI P35?

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    damn nice scores andre cant wait to get my hands on some 45nm love
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    wow very nice mate!

    QX9650 C0 Stepping 6 ?? Wasn't there an A1 stepping 4 rev too ???

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    6 = c0 .
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    Nice clock AndreYang
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    Good job Andre
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    Nice scores Andre

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    Awesome results

    But why did 3D Mark 06 run with 4 Cores and 05 didn't ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Saturas View Post
    Awesome results

    But why did 3D Mark 06 run with 4 Cores and 05 didn't ?
    05 gains nothing from the 2 extra cores so he "cut them" out problably he may have gained a few Mhz going from 4 to 2 cores if he tryed

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    Good results and sweet cpu.

    Keep pushing it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DMH View Post
    05 gains nothing from the 2 extra cores so he "cut them" out problably he may have gained a few Mhz going from 4 to 2 cores if he tryed
    Ah, ok, thanks, already thought about something like this,
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    Very nice Andre but I'd like to point out that the most impressive thing to me in your pics is the RAM ---everyone seems to have overlooked that. I think that's the first time I've seen 900+ CL6 for anything, let alone 3D stability. Very very impressive.

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    wow another yorkfield gettin' into the right hands
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    Really impressive scores and clocks.

    Quote Originally Posted by Gautam View Post
    Very nice Andre but I'd like to point out that the most impressive thing to me in your pics is the RAM ---everyone seems to have overlooked that. I think that's the first time I've seen 900+ CL6 for anything, let alone 3D stability. Very very impressive.
    Yeah, I noticed that to. For me it is a bit of gambling about how much voltage to give. But if you dare, they seems to scale real good real high. Here I have ~2.33v:

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    Quote Originally Posted by blossa View Post
    Really impressive scores and clocks.


    Yeah, I noticed that to. For me it is a bit of gambling about how much voltage to give. But if you dare, they seems to scale real good real high. Here I have ~2.33v:


    My DDR3 voltage is 2.28V. , but I cannot do 6-5-5.

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